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Vanity’s Creepypasta Halloween Countdown Day #29: Witches and Other Supernatural Shit

by Tracy Vanity

I really need to rewatch that movie. I forgot how awesome it is! Angelica Houston is fierce.

As Halloween approaches the Halloween buzzzzzz becomes more and more intense.

It’s that metaphysical energy coursing through the air, something otherworldly is leaking out from The Beyond, ready to makes itself known.

Be it magick, witches, ghosts, goblins, monsters, or anything not of this conscious, mortal world, those who are sensitive to the energy can feel the paranormal rush that comes around this time of year.

I’ve been encountering a lot of witches lately and have been feeling pretty witchy myself even though I never used to believe in such things.

But if you have read or written enough Bizarro, you know that anything and everything is possible.

Speaking of Bizarro, this shit fits right in:

That’s not even the creepypasta video for the day, this one is:

I found that video rather calming. I think it was because of the fire. I feel the same about the sea.

So what’s the Bizarro Posse going to dress up as or what did you dress up as if you partied this past weekend? I’m going to be a dead, slutty Hunter S. Thompson since I’m going to a dead celebrity Halloween party. If you’re still unsure of what to be, here are some costume ideas:

I hope that helps.

2 Days until Halloween, oh shit!


Vanity’s Creepypasta Halloween Countdown Day #27: Evil Kids

by Tracy Vanity

This speaks for itself…

Children can do some fucked up shit. Better be wary around them kids!

This is a great doc on one of my favorite child killers, Mary Bell, who strangled two boys to death when she was 10 and 11-years old.

Monte Cazazza even made a catchy song about her.

And here I thought little girls were made of sugar and spice…

4 days until Halloween!


Vanity’s Creepypasta Halloween Countdown Day # 25: Down the Rabbit Hole

by Tracy Vanity

As I delve deeper and deeper into The Land of Creepypasta I keep coming across pictures of rabbits. Why rabbits of all things? How could something so cute, fluffy, and harmless be creepy?

Yet time and time again I’d come across these pictures. It was as if Creepypastaland was trying to tell me something…but what?

Was there some Alice in Wonderland/Bizarro connection? Is the rabbit meant lead you somewhere? As I fall further down, I believe the answer is “yes.”

I mean…I do have an obsession with Lewis Carroll and the Alice books to the point where I have the first stanza of the Jabberwocky poem tattooed backwards on my forearm…and I do have the first pressing of Through the Looking Glass from 1871 as well as a huge collection of books, toys, and random shit related to Wonderland….not to mention I know both books by heart and read passages from them at least once a month like the Bible….doesn’t everyone?

But it couldn’t just be me. The creepy rabbit keeps popping up and has replaced the horse head mask as the new creepy animal trend.

That horse head fad is now passé as fuck. Even the pig is old hat. It’s all about the rabbit!

Even David Lynch jumped on the creepy bunny train when he made that unsettling bunny sitcom in Inland Empire.

Damn, just the rabbit scenes are 42 minutes long!

Still not convinced yet? Then maybe theses lagomorphic mindfuck videos from the talented Florian-Ayala Fauna will help you take the final leap:

“It was much pleasanter at home,” thought poor Alice, “when one wasn’t always growing larger and smaller, and being ordered about by mice and rabbits. I almost wish I hadn’t gone down the rabbit-hole–and yet–and yet–…”

6 days until Halloween! Ready or not!


Vanity’s Creepypasta Halloween Countdown Day #22: Animated Hell

by Tracy Vanity

I love stop-motion animation, especially since most of it tends to be creepy and dark.

This is a really good short about a claymation guy…that happens to look a lot like John Lennon…who is trapped in an ambient noise hell with stuff like spooky nuns, witchy sex, and this cool, creepy pointy-nosed guy without a face who melts into his twin. Yes, it’s pretty trippy. I love the soundtrack and the artwork is incredible. A very creepy-beautiful, surreal art film.

Please share your favorite stop-motion films, clips or shorts if you have any!

BTW all the pics in this post are from Jan Švankmajer films.

9 days until Halloween!